Adele's son Angelo doesn't celebrate his first birthday until October, but his parents have already started planning his education - and he is said to be on the waiting list for the prestigious Eton College.
Adele's son is on the waiting list for Eton College.
The 'Skyfall' hitmaker's baby Angelo isn't celebrating his first birthday until October, but his parents are already planning his education with his father Simon Konecki pushing for a spot at the prestigious English public school.
An insider told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Simon wants his son to have a similar education to the one he had.
''So much so he's been thinking about schools, colleges, and universities since before Angelo was even born.
''Adele would never have thought that far ahead, but she figured it wouldn't hurt to have him on the waiting lists. They've put his name down for Eton and Harrow to far.''
Simon attended the college as a teenager, but Adele wants their son to follow in her own musical footsteps.
The source added: ''At the moment she's looking around Brighton for children's centres and nurseries with good music facilities.
''Somewhere where Angelo can play with lots of different instruments and develop his music skills. It means a lot to her.''
Angelo's first birthday is set to be a star-studded affair after it was revealed Adele wants TV illusionist David Blaine to perform magic tricks at his party.
An insider previously said: ''Adele wants a small, intimate family party for Angelo - with a magic theme.
''Having David there will make it even more memorable and she hopes he can teach the whole family how to do a few tricks on the day.
''They got on so well when they met, she is sure he'll be up for joining the party.''
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